8 filmes e séries populares para maratonar neste fim de semana no Netflix

Os 8 títulos mais quentes da Netflix para assistir neste final de semana

Deciding what to watch during the weekend can be a daunting task, given the number of releases that land on the main streaming services every week. On Netflix, for example, the pace of new releases is frenetic, with new series, movies, documentaries, animations, and reality shows arriving on the platform’s catalog frequently. However, we have good news: we are here to help you.

Thinking of making your days off even more enjoyable, in the company of great productions, we have selected the 8 hottest titles on Netflix at the moment for you to check out. There are movies and series of various genres and styles to please all tastes!

Below, therefore, see 8 movies and series to watch on Netflix this weekend!

8 – The Gentlemen of Crime Netflix

If you want a weekend full of action, comedy, and a certain elegance, keep an eye on The Gentlemen of Crime, the new Netflix series based on the movie of the same name, directed by Guy Ritchie. With Theo James, Kaya Scodelario, Vinnie Jones, and Giancarlo Esposito in the central cast, the work has the following synopsis:

“Eddie Horniman inherits his father’s large estate, an English aristocrat, and becomes the new Duke of Halstead, only to discover that he is on the largest herb farm in Europe, owned by the legendary Mickey Pearson.”

7 – The Fury of Paris

Speaking of action-packed series, we also can’t forget about The Fury of Paris, a French attraction that is currently the leader of the top 10 most-watched series on Netflix. “Seeking to avenge her father’s death, a young woman gets involved with Fury, the underworld crime fighter in Paris,” reveals the synopsis of The Fury of Paris, starring Lina El Arabi, Marina Foïs, Steve Tientcheu, Quentin Faure, Jeremy Nadeau, among others.

6 – Enola Holmes

Anyone out there missing seeing actress Millie Bobby Brown from Stranger Things in action? Then it’s time to watch her shine in Enola Holmes, the new original Netflix movie that mixes fantasy, action, and adventure. In the film, Elodie (Brown) is ready to marry a handsome prince, but discovers something terrible in the process: it’s all part of a sacrifice ritual in which she will be offered to a dragon. Now, she must fight to escape.

5 – Socrates

If you are a fan of Brazilian films, the Netflix catalog also has a great option to enjoy during the weekend: Socrates. Directed by Alexandre Moratto, who also wrote the script of the film alongside Thayná Mantesso, Socrates was originally released in 2018 and features an emotional plot.

“After the sudden death of his mother, Socrates, a 15-year-old boy living on the outskirts of the coast of São Paulo, must survive on his own while accepting his pain,” tells the story.

4 – Killing a Tiger

On the other hand, if you want to escape a bit from fiction and dive headfirst into a great documentary, here’s a tip: Killing a Tiger. Created and directed by Nisha Pahuja, the documentary film brings touching moments to the screen and promises to evoke strong emotions from viewers. “After his teenage daughter survives a terrible crime, a farmer tirelessly seeks justice, challenging the intolerance of his village,” says the synopsis.

3 – Blown Away (4th season)

Reality show to watch this weekend? We have that too! In Blown Away, which just premiered its fourth season, we follow ten masters in the art of glassblowing facing off in a series of challenges involving the production of sculptures. The competition is worth nothing less than $100,000 for the winner.

Who will win? You’ll have to watch to find out!

2 – Rogai por Nós

Fans of horror movies also got a little gift from Netflix this week. We’re talking about the film Rogai por Nós, originally released in 2021, which features Jeffrey Dean Morgan, star of The Walking Dead, as the protagonist. The chilling synopsis of the title is as follows:

“A deaf woman is visited by the Virgin Mary and suddenly hears. As people gather to witness her miracles, terrifying events unfold. Are they the work of the Virgin Mary or something much more sinister?”

1 – Killing Eve: Double Obsession

Finally, one of those series that you simply won’t want to let go of. Created by the talented Phoebe Waller-Bridge (Fleabag), Killing Eve: Double Obsession brings an intense and action-packed story, in which we follow a cat-and-mouse game between a special agent and an assassin, who chase each other and develop a kind of obsession with each other.

The series has four seasons and stars Jodie Comer and Sandra Oh in the central cast.

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